- A natural alternative to dandruff shampoos for oily scalp.
- Organic Matcha Green Tea: Fast nutrient delivery
- Ginseng Extract: Protects hair and tones scalp
- Sweet Almond Protein: Strengthens hair fiber; adds fullness and manageability
- Gluten, sulfate, paraben and phthalate free
White Camellia vs Honeysuckle Rose
I have dry skin, dry scalp, and two kinds of dark blonde hair: a top layer that is very dry, porous, and frizzy with a slight wave and about 30% wiry grays; and a bottom layer that is healthy, normal, and thick with gentle curls. I tried the Honeysuckle Rose shampoo and though I love the fresh scent, and the normal hair likes it just fine, the frizzy dry layer is left too dry, poofy and wild. The White Camellia shampoo is more moisturizing than HSR. It doesn’t strip the dry hair, leaves it soft, and I hardly have to use products afterwards.That said, even MY hair looks greasy after using the White Camellia conditioner if I don’t restrict it to using just a little to the top layer. The Honeysuckle Rose conditioner is lighter.I’ve yet to use a clear shampoo that doesn’t leave my hair too dry; only creamy ones give me enough moisture. HSR is clear, White Camellia is creamy.
So good for color-treated hair
I go back and forth with Aubrey Organics shampoos-I like to try varieties I haven’t used before, but this is the one I always come back to. I use henna to cover my grey hair, and this is the best shampoo for combating the dryness that henna causes. It has a kind of nut-citrus scent in the shower, not very strong and doesn’t last once my hair is dry. You’re supposed to shake it before use, which I do, but I don’t think it mixes very much-it’s like a thick yellow jelly. You need a good glob of it, and it doesn’t lather up a lot. Organic shampoos don’t really lather very much and it’s not the suds that do the cleaning anyway. It does clean very well-the three big ingredients are jojoba, aloe, and yucca. Jojoba oil is a humectant that actually creates a protective film over the hair shaft to seal in moisture. Aloe has been used as a hydrator for thousands of years. Yucca is the plant soap that does the cleaning, but it’s so mild it doesn’t strip color even if you use it every day. The three ingredients work together to leave hair clean and super-moisturized. I recommend it for anyone who colors their hair or lives in a dry climate.
I decided to add this after reading several negative reviews stating the lack of suds and oily hair after washing issues. The directions say SHAKE WELL, that means just before you use it! This does not have the ingredients that the drugstore brands use to prevent separation. If you do not shake it well before you apply you’re getting only a portion of the ingredients that rise to the top, and NO, it won’t work. I have thick, fine, color treated hair that goes from oily to dry on a whim of it’s own and this shampoo is perfect when the oily part starts. I alternate shampoos on a weekly basis because that seems to work best on my hair. This product cleans my scalp and makes my hair soft and shiny.
Aubrey is the best!
This is one of my favorite Aubrey Organics shampoos (which I follow with the matching cream rinse). It says it’s for oily hair, but I think it works with any type of hair. I don’t have particularly oily hair, and I usually use the moisturizing types, but this works great & leaves my hair soft, silky, and shiny. Other people I know with oily hair have great results with it as well. It has a soft, fresh, pleasant scent, and you don’t have to use very much (even with long hair). I love it!!
Happy, Healthy Hair
This is a great shampoo because it gets your hair clean without the use of nasty chemicals and artificial fragrance. I love the way it lathers and the scent is nice, too.
I’ve been using Aubrey Organics’ Egyptian Henna Shampoo for years, and I love it. It doesn’t suds up the way commercial brands do so that’s something you’ll have to get used to, but it’s awesome on my hair. Whenever I go to the salon now, I always have to wash my hair a few times at home to get out the ingredients in their professional brands that make my hair feel coated and weighed down. The Egyptian Henna Shampoo makes my hair feel light, full, and healthy.
I have curly, 3a type of hair, which is very dry. I wanted to use a organic shampoo because I’ve experienced bad results with some Sulfate shampoos, which leave hair dried out. I gave this Aubrey Organics White Camellia shampoo and conditioner a first try! I was so exited, but when I used the shampoo, it felt kind of weird, It was leaving my hair with a hard feeling to it, and very tangled!!! I switched to organic shampoos because they are all natural and supposed to leave hair better than a Sulfate shampoo, but really, the sulfate shampoo I was using( peter copola, EVO shampoo) leaves my hair 100% better than this one, that gives a very hard texture to my hair which is normally soft with my sulfate shampoo…. So I then used the conditioner..and Aleluyaa! I’ll never stop using the White Camellia Conditioner!!!! I mean it, its is a miracle in a bottle! That thing really did what no other conditioner in my life had ever done! It slipped so fast in my hair, made disappear the horrible tangles that the White camellia shampoo did, and my hair was left soo silkyyy!!! It even felt like I had a lot less hair in my head, it left it soo soft I didn’t even had to use a Treatment for dry hair that I was using before! So I am still in search for the best organic Shampoo…but I already found the best organic Conditioner! 🙂 I recomend, don’t buy this shampoo, but buy the Conditioner, its amazing for dry hair!!